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Beautiful park. Actually a section of a mobile home park. Lots of amenities. Surrounded by protected land with trails, very close to Stephen Foster State Park and the Suwanee River. Somewhat narrow roads, but not a problem. TV is no good with antenna. Longer stays get a box from the office or use satellite.

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If there are any 50 amp sites here, I sure didn't see them. Maybe they are the ones the park models or seasonal/permanent RVs are hooked up to. It's pretty annoying to be in Florida and not be able to use the a/c because all I have is a 30 amp hookup. I walked the park with my dog - there are no 50 amp sites available to transients. There are very few pull through sites also. NOT cool to advertise a service and then not provide it. Otherwise, the park is gorgeous. Heavily wooded and quiet, spacious sites. The staff is terrific.

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This is an old park and it shows its age, but not in a bad way, just a little rough around the edges. The owners are very nice people. They compensate for the size of the sites by limiting occupation to every other site, which works well, giving every one a bit of grass and comfortable picnic table space and ample parking. Very dog friendly, with lots of nice walking and play areas. The neighborhood has its noisy moments, but it IS in town and I'm here on a weekend.

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This park was nearly destroyed by a tornado 4 months ago. I stayed because I heard they were partially open and figured they could use the money. My site was fine, the services were great, and the owners are very nice. When they are done restoring the park it is going to be a great place to stay. There is some traffic noise because the park is VERY convenient to I-40, but it's not bad. Imagine having an RV park and being able to change all the things you didn't like about it! Yes, the tornado was terrible, but the park is coming back better than ever. I would happily stay here again.

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Small park, very close to the Interstate. Rather beat up locale. Does the job for one night. The owners are very personable and thoughtful. Honestly, not my first choice, but the park I went to first, was closed and abandoned. I was tired and ready to stop for the night and this one was next on my route.

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This park is closed and abandoned.

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Sites are very narrow; neighbor's picnic table shares the same strip of grass as the hookups. For $61.00 I would expect to at least get cable and wifi a little faster than dial up. The dog walk area is a drainage swale and a patch of gravel. Dogs are not permitted anywhere else. I don't know of any dogs that will "go" on gravel. No idea where they'd be expected to go in the rain. There are a couple of other, older, smaller, less expensive parks very close by. Try them first. They fill up fast, leaving no choice but to stay here or drive on. I was tired, so I gave in. I'll not do it again.

     

Lyman KOA

Lyman, Wyoming

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This is a super nice little RV park. The sites are grass/gravel, but smooth and level. Hookups are convenient. Not a lot of shade, but more trees have been planted. It looks like mostly hunters use this park. It's close to several highways, but still very quiet. Very personable owner.

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Nice, long spaces with convenient hookups and shade trees that aren't quite big enough yet. The dog run is tiny - not what I expect from a KOA. I feel that the price was very high for a barren gravel and dirt parking lot behind a casino, but it is the only place in town. The park is nicely kept, considering the amount of dust any movement generates. The staff is very nice and helpful.

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This is a very nice, small RV park. It's quiet and clean, and situated in the midst of several farms. Several pronghorn were grazing in the field behind the park when I arrived, which was a delight. There is a very convenient fenced dog run, but most of it is loose, small gravel, which my dog did not like. It's not a place to exercise your dog, just a convenient potty. A nice long walk down the dirt road next to the park did the trick, though. No cable, but 40-some over-the-air channels. The best RV park wifi I've come across. Very fast, and free.

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This is a beautiful park with lots of nice amenities. The service is great, and includes excellent wifi and a massive list of cable TV channels. There's even a dog wash area. However, leveling is almost impossible. If I did not have a residential refrigerator I would not have been able to stay. There is nothing remotely level about this site, or any of the others, which I heard people complaining about. The sole sewer hookup is more than 25 feet away from where it's needed. What on Earth is THAT all about?

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This is a beautiful park with excellent services. However, the fence in the dog run is not secure.

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This place is wonderful if you're here when no one else is. The grounds are gorgeous. On the weekends it turns into a zoo and is jam-packed full of families with kids, dogs, tents, jet-skis, boats, motorcycles, etc. The laundry is ridiculously expensive. No cell service and no wifi service. With only 30 amps available, incredibly hot weather, and a fire across the lake, I left 2 days early.

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Forty dollars a night for no sewer hookups and I-90 noise. Maybe in California that would be justified. It's not justified for this place. It is clean and very pretty. Good luck getting serviceable wifi, no matter who your provider is. They do have a "honey wagon", but that is only for monthly customers.

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I stayed for 2 nights so I could go into Bozeman Hot Springs for the day. Nice park; a little noisy due to proximity to I-90. Very well kept, owners are super nice. Just a few miles from downtown Bozeman, which is a very nice town.